At RHP, diversity is defined as a culture that consistently explores, embraces, and celebrates individual differences and backgrounds in and outside the classroom and in our everyday lives. In an inclusive and diverse community, all members feel respected, safe, and accepted in expressing who they are. Our four pillars promote multicultural perspectives through a 21st century curriculum which prepares students to work, lead, and live effectively in a diverse world. Diversity includes individual and group differences in areas such as race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, gender, age, sexuality, religion, learning styles, and physical abilities. 
One of the greatest strengths of RHP is the diversity of our student body. Our vibrant community includes families from 25 different zip codes and, in a typical year, four or five different foreign countries. In a 21st century global society, it becomes ever more important that we live, work, and study with a multiplicity of people who are not just like ourselves. This quality of life at RHP may be one of the most important aspects of preparation for success in college and beyond.
 

Diversity at RHP

Ethnicity
Percentage of Students
African-American
8%
Asian American
10%
Caucasian
46%
International
14%
Latino/Hispanic
5%
Middle Eastern American
1%
Multiracial
16%

Rolling Hills Preparatory School

One Rolling Hills Prep Way
1500 Palos Verdes Drive North
San Pedro, CA 90732

T: (310) 791-1101 | F: (310) 373-4931
Rolling Hills Prep School prides itself on being a forward-looking, academically rigorous college-prep school with a soul. Every day we provide our diverse student body a high-powered traditional curriculum combined with stimulating and innovative teaching techniques both inside and outside the classroom because we believe that success in college and life is best attained by equipping our students with disciplined minds, sound character, healthy bodies and creative spirits. RHP is a private, coeducational day school for grades 6-12, located on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles, CA.

Renaissance, our sister school, believes that bright students who learn differently can rise to great heights when they become empowered and confident. Visit the Renaissance website.